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372xp Big Bore Kit?

Post in 'The Gear' started by Dill, Jan 7, 2009.

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  1. Dill

    Dill Feeling the Heat

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    Happened to be flipping through a baileys catalog yesterday and noticed they have a big bore kit for pretty cheap. 114 plus the gasket. Supposed to bump it up to 75 cc and be more of a torque saw than a revver. Anyone used this kit?

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  2. TMonter

    TMonter Minister of Fire

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    Most newer 372XP's have the 75cc Piston/Cylinder already installed. I have one and the biggest different between it and the 70cc version which I've run it against is the low end torque.
  3. smokinj

    smokinj Minister of Fire

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    Iam not sold on the big bore kits time and effort to install and 5cc more time and money for me.If your looking for more power muffler port is more bang for the BUCK!
  4. Dill

    Dill Feeling the Heat

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    Mine's about 6 years old, 4 years it used professionally so I've been thinking about tossing a piston in anyway. This just got me thinking.
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    in that case its a no brainer I just about bought one for my 460 when it was new decided to wait til it needs a new piston.
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    372xpw
    TECHNICAL DATA
    Engine specification
    Cylinder displacement 74.7 cc
    Power output 5.4 hp
    Idling speed 2700 rpm
    Maximum power speed 9600 rpm
    Cylinder bore 2.02 inch
    Cylinder stroke 1.42 inch
    372 xp
    Engine specification
    Cylinder displacement 70.7 cc
    Power output 5.3 hp
    Idling speed 2700 rpm
    Maximum power speed 9600 rpm
    Cylinder bore 1.97 inch
    Cylinder stroke 1.42 inch
    372xpg

    TECHNICAL DATA
    Engine specification
    Cylinder displacement 70.7 cc
    Power output 5.3 hp
    Idling speed 2700 rpm
    Maximum power speed 9600 rpm
    Cylinder bore 1.97 inch
    Cylinder stroke 1.42 inch
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